WAYNE – As community members were invited to 1320 E 7th Street in Wayne, Heritage Homes of Nebraska, Incorporated hosted the weekly Friday morning Chamber Coffee event.
From the “prowl” home (east model), the first of three events hosted by Heritage Homes began.
Dave Broders, started in production 39 years ago and learned the trades before moving up the chain to now in his third year as Sales Manager.
When you drive by Heritage Homes, houses are coming out the door and are being staged and ready to go. Broders said they’re a one-stop, shop as the homes are built to the UBC code, just like a site-built home.
“So, a lot of people confuse modular building with factory built and they’re really two different things,” said Broders. “We’re just a site-built home, built under a roof in a controlled environment.”
The mission statement for Heritage Homes reads, “to design and build custom homes that meet the wants, needs and budgets of today’s homeowners.”
Following Chamber Coffee, grilled hot dogs were served along with tours before the family picnic was held later in the day Friday.
Broders added more about seeing the factory is fascinating.
“I know there’s a lot of people in Wayne, even though we’ve been here for 40 years, who’ve probably not seen the inside of that factory,” Broders added. “It’s worth seeing, whether you’re thinking about building a home or not, regardless it’s just a neat facility and quite an operation.”
Join Select Appliance for a ribbon cutting on Friday, June 15 for the next Chamber Coffee event at 10 a.m.